Carter and Other People

By: Marquis, Don

Price: $75.00

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Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good+ dust jacket


Book has light edge and corner wear along with mild aging. Jacket has some edge and corner wear including some creasing along top edges and several chips, particularly at top of spine. Spine is slightly sunned. Uncommon in dust wrapper. Don Marquis was the famous writer and cartoonist. Archy and Mehitabel were his most famous creations and he is generally associated with New York newspapers. However, he served on the editorial board of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution from 1902-1907 and worked for Clark Howell in his run for Governor against Hoke Smith, who won. He was also editor of Uncle Remus' Magazine. This collection of short stories is in Georgiana because of Marquis' connection with the state and the title story is based the Atlanta race riots of 1906. Georgiana 104. Hart 146, 288. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 312 pages; Don Marquis was the famous writer and cartoonist. Archy and Mehitabel were his most famous creations and he is generally associated with New York newspapers. However, he served on the editorial board of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution from 1902-1907 and worked for Clark Howell in his run for Governor against Hoke Smith, who won. He was also editor of Uncle Remus' Magazine. This collection of short stories is in Georgiana because of Marquis' connection with the state and the title story is based the Atlanta race riots of 1906. Georgiana 104. Hart 146, 288.

Title: Carter and Other People

Author Name: Marquis, Don

Categories: Georgia,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: New York, D. Appleton & Co.: 1921

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good+ in Good+ dust jacket

Seller ID: 14711

Keywords: Fiction Short Stories Georgiana Georgia African - American Black Negro Atlanta Atlanta Race Riot